On Sept. 22, 2004, Oceanic Flight 815 crashed in the series premiere of Lost, changing the lives of not just those onboard, but also the millions of fans around the world. Nearly 10 years later, executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cusewere joined by various cast members during Sunday's PaleyFest panel to share some of their favorite memories and little-known facts from the show that changed the landscape of television:
Lost stars: Where are they now?
1. As many know, de facto leader ...
Intelligence is about to dig deep in the life of its guarded leader Lillian Strand (Marg Helgenberger) when her father comes to town.
Intelligence Postmortem: Is Gabriel's wife really dead?
When Gabriel (Josh Holloway) and Riley (Meghan Ory) go in search for the kidnapped daughter of a senator in Mexico, a Mexican cartel demands he end the sale of a U.S. spy satellite in exchange for her safety. But things will become hazy for the team when...
Michael Trucco and Peter Coyote will guest-star on CBS' new drama Intelligence.
Battlestar Galactica alum Trucco, who currently stars on ABC's Killer Women, will play...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Monday's episode of Intelligence. Read at your own risk!]
Just when you thought Gabriel Vaughn (Josh Holloway) would spend most of Intelligence's first season using his chip to track down his presumed dead wife Amelia (Zuleikha Robinson), her story line is seemingly wrapped up neatly in the second episode. Emphasis on "seemingly."
When the Clockwork team...
He's a hunkier Chuck with the mad fighting skills, reckless bravado — and propensity toward angst — of Alias's Sydney Bristow. Meet TV's new Six Billion Dollar Man, Gabriel Vaughn, who you'll recognize as Sawyer from Lost. And Josh Holloway is very much the main reason to tune into CBS's Intelligence (Tuesday, 9/8c), a proficient if initially perfunctory action thriller that benefits immeasurably from its star's gruff, bluff machismo. Although a little less brooding (over a long-missing wife who might be a terrorist) would make Gabriel, and Intelligence, a lot more fun.